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Earliest award date
01 Sep 2017
Latest award date
25 Mar 2021
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Third Sector Resilience Fund Phase 2
The funding will support development of infrastructure to achieve the merger of Mid & North Wales Training Group Ltd (MNWTG Ltd) and Mid Wales Manufacturing Group (MWMG), to save costs in operating both companies and to utilise further the expertise and management of both organisations
Third Sector Resilience Fund Phase 2
Invest in a Bike For Business. This will not only provide a take away service to the surrounding rural communities that showcases our in-house menu and facility but will also add value to our Ty Agored parties/weddings offer hosted in The Crosskeys. We would want to buy a bike with three trading opportunities – The Ice Cream Freezer, The Soup Hot Holding Oven and the Traders Trailer.
Amount: £35,940
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Third Sector Resilience Fund Phase 2
A Project Manager will be hired to launch project effectively and bring the organisation up to date, training trustees, partners, volunteers. We will also contract an accountancy firm support to reinforce the financial follow up.
Amount: £49,167
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Third Sector Resilience Fund Phase 2
We would use support from the Phase 2 fund to employ a staff member to sit on the marketing and promotion of Bike to the Future as a cycle and parts retailer for one year. We need this role as Bike to the Future was not established as a cycle retailer, this is not our headline activity, and to be frank we do not have the skills to develop this. We do however have the realisation that to survive as a skill build / personal development project we need the commercial arm to ensure continuing engagement with the community.
Amount: £15,944
Recipient: Bike to the Future
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Third Sector Resilience Fund Phase 2
To open a charity shop which will provide us with regular income to support the main income of The Trust. We have a property in mind which will need some refurbishing to make it fit for purpose and some setting up costs. We would want to put a paid manager in for the first 12 months to set up systems etc and she / he will be supported by volunteers who would then run it post 12 months
Amount: £23,629
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Third Sector Resilience Fund Phase 2
1. The funding of 1 day per week of our part time managers time for a period of two years. 2. The funding of the first 18 months of insurance costs for the new enlarged building 3. To increase the staffing of the foodbank by a day per week for a period of three years to : i. Support the transfer of current services to the new building ii. To develop the range of services delivered iii. To research and develop ongoing funding streams with a large business/es in the area iv. To develop joint service provision from the new building with organisations including Powys CAB, Powys CC etc. v. To invest in the development and improvement of our ICT facilities including, new laptops, improved broadband connectivity and refreshing and improving our website To expand the services offered and the methodology used to collect and distribute the food across the large rural areas served through the hiring / lease of a van for a period of 3 years.
Amount: £31,400
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Kickstart
Office support Charity shop assistant
Amount: £14,115
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Voluntary Services Recovery Fund
‘Resilient Minds’ aims to improve the mental health of mid and north Powys community. It will help people learn skills and coping mechanisms to address the issues and inequalities they face, build confidence and resilience so they can take small steps to recovery and move forward with their lives.
Amount: £43,306
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Access to work
The Access to work project will provide 16-24 year olds in Powys with access to training, work experience and support they need to get them into the workplace, whilst giving them the correct tools to enable them to stay within a working environment and to succeed and flourish.
Amount: £31,107
Recipient: Siawns Teg
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Voluntary Services Recovery Fund
Re- opening of community facilities and increased opportunities for children and families to access support and activities in their local community, which will promote improved mental health and social well being.
Amount: £30,558
Recipient: Play Radnor
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales
Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales
Amount: £30,000
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Voluntary Services Emergency Fund
Free delivered lunch to 100 households, drop in, library books delivery, leaflet drops to all households, Stay and Play on line, creative/play packs to be delivered to families, strengthening of volunteer group through training and support, reach out to people who have not taken up services yet.
Amount: £16,528
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Voluntary Services Emergency Fund
To support more Young Carers and their families as well as Adult Carers and their families with telephone / online and community based support. To achieve this, we want to train and support formal and informal volunteers coming forward to help.
Amount: £49,730
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Voluntary Services Emergency Fund
The funding will be used to support individuals and the community through the delivery of shopping, prescriptions and deliveries from the local food bank. We also want to enable the club to resume its transport services as soon as possible serving around 500 members.
Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales
Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales
Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales
Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales
Amount: £16,000
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Woodland for a biodiverse future
The 17ha Cefn Cenarth nature reserve is part of a swathe of hillside woodland near Pantydwr. Rich in birdlife, mosses and lichen, it was historically managed for the local tanning industry and this has left stands of spindly oaks of a similar age and lacks the diversity of a natural woodland. We will employ someone just starting a conservation career as a project officer and support the development of their practical and project management skills. They will work with volunteers to investigate the historical management of these woodlands, map vegetation, survey wildlife and make habitat improvements. With expert advice, important trees will be chosen and selective felling undertaken to promote mature trees and a more biodiverse woodland in the future. We will use the site for demonstrating how other landowners can create more diverse woodlands. We will run guided walks and talks, organise family and group tree-seed collecting and planting activities, write articles and provide displays for local events. We will also provide landowner advice to explain the impact of historical management and how to create a biodiverse woodland for the future.
Voluntary Services Emergency Fund
This funding will allow Siawns Teg to improve and expand critical services to communities in Powys especially from youth or minority households and those in extended lockdown due to compromised health. Our staff and volunteers will be reaching out to overlooked pockets of the community affected by the pandemic.
Amount: £31,835
Recipient: Siawns Teg
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
Voluntary Services Emergency Fund
" We would like to access funding to enable us to provide well-being monitoring telephone calls, prescription delivery service, meals on wheels service, essential shopping delivery. The services are provided to anyone over the age of 70 and/or who is self isolating and/or has received a shielding letter. "
Amount: £22,770
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys
The "Hanging Garden"
Creation of a large community indoor garden area from derelict space in the town centre - to be a focal point for organisations generating solutions to environmental decline and social challenge in the local and wider community to meet, work together, educate and escalate the scope of their work.
Amount: £49,999
Region: Wales
District: Powys - Powys